Wireless fair set to stage mobile Web battle

Wireless fair set to stage mobile Web battle
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Cell phone makers, telecoms carriers and Internet groups are squaring up for a fight for dominance of the mobile Internet, finally ready for market after years of promises and hundreds of billions in investments.[Lees verder]

Dell trims AMD consumer PC offerings on Web site
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Dell Inc said on Friday it had cut from its Web site most consumer computers with chips from Advanced Micro Devices Inc and would sell AMD-based PCs mainly in stores and by phone.[Lees verder]

Several companies to demo Google’s Android
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc expects a number of companies to demonstrate prototype devices using its much anticipated Android mobile operating system at the world’s biggest wireless fair next week, a spokesman said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Yahoo board strategizes on Microsoft bid: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc’s board met by telephone on Friday and discussed strategy for getting Microsoft Corp to raise its $42 billion offer for the company and the possibility of hiring Google Inc to run Yahoo’s search, the Wall Street Journal said.[Lees verder]

Italy takes Jewish teachers “blacklist” off Internet
ROME (Reuters) – Italian police are investigating an anti-Semitic blog listing the names of more than 150 “Jewish university professors”, which was removed from the Internet after protests from politicians and Jewish leaders.[Lees verder]

CNET shares, options up on Google rumor
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Shares of media company CNET Networks Inc, currently battling dissident shareholders who want to expand its board, soared more than 7 percent on Friday, on speculation that Google Inc might be interested in acquiring a stake in it.[Lees verder]

Egypt says Internet back to normal by Monday
CAIRO (Reuters) – Internet service in Egypt should be restored to normal by Monday after repairs to undersea cables are completed, an official at Egypt’s state-controlled telecoms firm said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Wireless fair set to stage mobile Web battle
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Cell phone makers, telecoms carriers and Internet groups are squaring up for a fight for dominance of the mobile Internet, finally ready for market after years of promises and hundreds of billions in investments.[Lees verder]

Dell trims AMD consumer PC offerings on Web site
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Dell Inc said on Friday it had cut from its Web site most consumer computers with chips from Advanced Micro Devices Inc and would sell AMD-based PCs mainly in stores and by phone.[Lees verder]

Several companies to demo Google’s Android
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Google Inc expects a number of companies to demonstrate prototype devices using its much anticipated Android mobile operating system at the world’s biggest wireless fair next week, a spokesman said on Friday.[Lees verder]

Yahoo board strategizes on Microsoft bid: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Yahoo Inc’s board met by telephone on Friday and discussed strategy for getting Microsoft Corp to raise its $42 billion offer for the company and the possibility of hiring Google Inc to run Yahoo’s search, the Wall Street Journal said.[Lees verder]

Italy takes Jewish teachers “blacklist” off Internet
ROME (Reuters) – Italian police are investigating an anti-Semitic blog listing the names of more than 150 “Jewish university professors”, which was removed from the Internet after protests from politicians and Jewish leaders.[Lees verder]

CNET shares, options up on Google rumor
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Shares of media company CNET Networks Inc, currently battling dissident shareholders who want to expand its board, soared more than 7 percent on Friday, on speculation that Google Inc might be interested in acquiring a stake in it.[Lees verder]

Egypt says Internet back to normal by Monday
CAIRO (Reuters) – Internet service in Egypt should be restored to normal by Monday after repairs to undersea cables are completed, an official at Egypt’s state-controlled telecoms firm said on Friday.[Lees verder]

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